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They started to migrate to a new system 2 years ago, most of the drivers give you a receipt if you ask for it. And yes, most of the cabs accept credit / debit card. Just in case, If you gonna take it from the Airport, when you take your bag and go to the main hall, you gonna see a hugeeeeee line, this line is for the cabs.. I would mind to check before ...


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The information below is from 2015. State of the road The road used to be just one big lane (kind of 1 & a half lane). And it had its share of potholes. So whenever a vehicle came in the other direction, you had to slow down and squeeze to the side of the road. But now, in 2015, the road is being rebuilt. Actually, about half of the road between ...


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The info below is from 2015. The Poto Tano harbour does not seem to have any bus schedule nor any bemo waiting for passenger (at least when I was there). There are a few locals who will be happy to try help you, whether it's taking you by car/taxi somewhere, or to catch the next bus passing by. Do remember to negotiate prices though, these guys won't do ...


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By ferry The info below is from 2015. Type of transportation: ferry Departure times: every hour, 24 hours a day. Length of journey: 2h Price: 20'000 IDR Any usual/possible delays: not that I read nor heard about, when I did it, it was around noon & I jumped in a ferry that left 10 minutes later. Resources lonelyplanet.com/indonesia/poto-tano ...


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By Ferry This info is from 2015. Type of transportation: ferry Departure times: 2 boats per day from Sape, one at 9:00 & the other at 16:00 Length of journey: it takes 6h. Price: 60'000 IDR. Possible delays: this ferry is often late. In my case, the ferry left 3h late (left at noon). In the case of the erohisms bloggers, the ferry left 2h late (left ...


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The info below is from 2015. Go to Mataram's Mandalika bus terminal (Terminal Bis Mandalika). Bemo It takes about 3h Price offered by drivers is 50'000 IDR, this may be negotiable although I asked a few different people at the station and they all mentioned the same price. Departure time: the bemo must be full (or almost) before it can leave so you ...


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By ferry, there is also a third company (SeaCat) which make the Buenos Aires - Colonia crossing and their rates are generally the cheapest of all three companies. I agree Mark, however, that you'll leave yourself quite short on time if you go via Colonia. If you fly, since the former Uruguayan airline (Pluna) closed in 2012, your only options are LAN/TAM ...


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The info below is from 2015. Gili Trawangan to Gili Meno There are 2 public boats: one at 9:30 & the other one at 16:00. It costs 35'000 IDR. It takes around 10 minutes. There are also some speed boats running every hour. The price is 100'000 IDR. Note that you don't actually need a speed boat, as the islands are super close to each other anyway, ...


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The info below is from 2015. You can either take: Fast boat. It takes 1h30min. It costs circa 300'000 IDR. More on this further down. Public boat. It takes 4h. It costs 200'000 IDR. For the fast boat, the price you get depends on the agency you contact, and the number of intermediaries between you and the actual company running the fast boat. Do get ...


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The info below is from 2015. Senggigi to Mataram's Mandalika bus terminal In Indonesian: Terminal Bis Mandalika. Take a Bemo: This takes around 30 minutes Price is around 15'000 IDR Departure times: whenever the bemo is full (or almost) Mataram's Mandalika bus terminal to Labuhan Lombok I wrote a dedicated question for this: Mataram to Labuhan ...


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Get a bemo from Senggigi to Mataram's Mandalika bus terminal (Terminal Bis Mandalika), from where there should be semi-regular onward bemos to Labuhan Lombok (about 2 hrs). Prices are fixed and should be listed on the notice board at Mandalika, it was Rp. 11,000 a few years back.


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My suggestion would be the Atlantic City jitney http://jitneyac.com/index.php Current cost is $10 to $15 dollars each way. They also do an in city service for $2.25. You could also look at the free shuttle to Egg Harbour rail station http://www.sjta.com/sjta/pdfs/Egg_Harbor_AC_Airport_Brochure.pdf Which also connects to a couple of Nj transit ...


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I doubt you can book a taxi in advance (though my experience of travelling in Iran is 14 years old...). I would suggest contacting an Iranian travel agency to organise a minibus. This agency seems to be recommended on other travel forums: http://www.irantravelingcenter.com/ This one states it provides transfer services: ...


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Here is a very reliable websitte http://www.rome2rio.com My travel agent staff uses this site for point to point connections via Rail, Ferry ,Car, etc. It tells you the best mode of transport and how to reserve. Go in Good Health, Eric


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Just confirming: Selo village is where the hike to the top of Merapi starts. Probably the nicest itinerary: Yogyakarta to Borobudur, takes around 1h (you can stop here to enjoy the temple) Borobudur to mount Merapi (Selo village), takes around 1h30min The road from Yogyakarta to Borobudur is very good. The road from Borobudur to mount Merapi (Selo ...


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An easy option is the tram and a train. The tram stops just in front of the airport, with departures every 10 minutes. Take the tram to Edinburgh Park station, where you can change onto the train. There are trains to Linlithgow about every 30 minutes. Both the trams and train should have plenty of space for luggage, though the train could get a bit crowded ...


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Short answer: Low cost flights if you can book early Buses whenever: eurolines



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